Like many of the punters in this wealthy postcode, Margaux’s thoughtfully assembled, 200-strong wine list is a très chic mix of French and Italians – with a smattering of New World and Eastern European interest along the way. Check out sub-£30 names such as Picpoul de Pinet, Carignan and Puglian Neprica or plump for top-drawer Saint-Chinian, Barolo, Crozes-Hermitage and hedge-fund picks such as a 1999 Margaux at £750. There are also plenty of accessible varietals by the glass or carafe. For brunch, choose from a selection of eggy ideas, savoury tartines, salmon niçoise and the like. Later on, typical dishes might range from foie gras and pear in a vanilla and port reduction with warm brioche to porcini risotto, seared scallops with butternut squash or glazed Ibérico pork with fennel and pineapple compote, followed by some delicate desserts.
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